IUB SPH-M 333 - M333 notes (27 pages)

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Sph-M 333 - Sport in America: Hist Perspectv
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M333 09 10 2014 Chapter 1 Beginning of Sport Game No standard rules bureaucratic organization Immigrants brought customs over Puritans Very simple Ungodly activities leisure Anglicans Similar to puritans Puritans suppress butchery sports o Killing of animals Quakers Philly o no leisure Penn o Yes leisure More colonies with water sports Less colonies horse racing gambling o Wealthy o Trotting poor people Chapter 2 Baseball Baseball Started around civil war time Employers saw value in sponsoring teams especially winning ones Post civil war professional teams o Helped by Railroads helped teams Telegraph sent scores info printing news Paying players was highly debated NABBP Defended concept of amateurism Fenced off fields promoted tickets o Promoted players wanting share of the cut 1868 top 8 teams combined for more than 100 000 Cincy Red Stocking 1st all pro team Harry Wright Cricket player baseball Developed strategies still used Designed uniforms Scheduled games Chadwick Box score stats Rules Min pop 1 team city 9 10 Chapter 3 The History of NCAA College Athletics Rise of Intercollegiate Sports 1840 1880 o period of student control 1852 o 1st Harvard vs Yale Boat Race 1876 o Intercollegiate Football Association Students Run the Show Student organized and administered Student financed Decided eligibility rules Early College Sports Rowing Popular prior to civil war Clubs in northeaster campuses Yale Harvard 1852 Highly publicized Lake Winnipesaukee in new Hampshire 1000 spectators College Regatta Association Written rules and regulations Member Post civil war Track and field o College track field teams o Organized and had spring meets Baseball o Nation s most popular team sport o First recorded game Rush Rush for potential athletes during this time Coachers What coaches were called then Captains Held responsibilities of today s coaches and athletic directors o Organizing the team Origins of Football Came from Greek game Harpaston o Described as a very rough and brutal



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